Another note: These tables could be used to make an accurate realtime clock in Java. It's easy (from what I've seen) to tell Java to count the seconds. So every 37.5 seconds (or 37, 38) you could tell the applet to advance the clock one Gorahn. The clock would appear as #:##:##:##. The first field for the 4 Gahrtahvotee, the second for the 25 Tahvotee, the third for the 25 Gorahntee and the fourth for the 25 Prorahntee. There's just a little clock information for you.
* Note that I have not filled in the Generic Surface Time field for the Hahr. With Earth month lengths being variable (leap year, unequal month lengths) I couldn't calculate a number without first generating an average month length between all 12 and then a seperate average with the leap day. And then, using the averages, the result would not be an assumed exact, as I would have had to use an estimate. However, I can calculate how many seconds, minutes, hours and days are in a Hahr, as their lengths remain a constant. (60 seconds in a minute, 60 minutes in an hour, 24 hours in a day)